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degenerative observations in sound
andrew garton, justina curtis, andrew sargeant, andrew thomas.
toy satellite, melbourne.
in collaboration with the centre for animation and interactive media, faculty of arts and communication, rmit university.
served by wiredaudio.
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|Documented sound environments from rural indigenous cultures fragment and decay as real-time encroachment of urban soundscapes invade.
Rural Sound Sources: animistic rituals, sacrifice and ceremony, symmetrical percussion performances from Rumah Sauh and Rumah Jeli, Iban longhouses, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Urban Sound Sources: vehicle and people, dense clusters of sound of uncertain origin from the multilingual streets of Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Koan (Generative Software), RealMedia G2 Server, SMIL (Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language).